Charlotte's Web CBD Oil
Meet the Stanley brothers, creators of Charlotte's Web Oil
Meet Charlotte Figi, the face behind the named Charlotte's Web CBD oil. By the time Charlotte was 3 years old, she was suffering from 300 sever seizures each week. Each seizure could last from two to four hours at a time. She was a medical wander as doctors were continuously stumped as to why. Charlotte, also lovingly called Charlie, had every test under the medical dictionary ran on her and the results continued to come back clean, blood work normal, brain and body scans all normal. When Charlotte was 2½, Charlotte was tested for SCN1A gene mutation, which is common in 80% of Dravet Syndrome cases. After two months, the test came back positive.
Finally, the Figi's has some answers, despite it being the worst case scenario. Diet regiments were implemented which had side effects including bone loss in the beginning. Eventually, Charlotte lost the ability to walk, talk and eat. Her heart had stopped several times and she was suffering an average of 300 grand mal seizures a week. By the time Charlotte turned 5, they realized that there was't anything else doctors could do and they were facing the reality of putting their daughter in a medically induced coma just to allow her little body to have a rest.
That is until the Figi's began giving Charlotte small doses of a medical marijuana called R4, said to be low in THC and high in CBD. She paid about $800 for 2 ounces and had a friend extract the oil. Charlotte went from having 4 seizures and hour to not having a single seizure for 7 days. Due to the cost and limited supply of this particular strand, the Figi's decided to look farther. That's when they found The Stanley Brothers. Watch the video below.
Is Charlotte's Web legal?
** Hemp Oil is legal without a prescription and can be purchased in all 50 states. Charlotte's Web hemp can be sold as a non-drug legally, in much the same way that hemp hearts, protein powders, or energy bars can be sold and advertised through the United States. In 2014, President Obama signed the Farm Bill, which made some hemp products legal throughout the US, including CW Hemp products. Section 7606 of the Farm Bill permits universities and state departments of agriculture to cultivate industrial hemp for limited purposes through research pilot programs. Since Charlotte's Web and CW Hemp are registered with the state of Colorado Department of Agriculture, any laws that might conflict with or restrict its production are "not-withstood," per the Farm Bill. Further, Congress supported this ruling with the 2015 Consolidated Appropriations Omnibus Act, which further protects Charlotte's Web from DEA action. Enforcement of the DEA opinion would be in direct violation of this federal law. Sections 543 and 763 of the Omnibus Act state that it's unlawful for federal funds to be used in contradiction to the Farm Bill Act. The Omnibus Act also explicitly bars the Department of Justice and the DEA from using federal funds to inhibit the industrial hemp research authorized under Section 7606 of the 2014 Farm Bill.
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